Formative and Summative Assessment

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This is a biography bottle. The students used water bottles to make the body of the famous person they were studying. Most social studies classes have a biography unit and this would be such a fun way to make a visual to go along with the presentation. 5th Grade Social Studies, Social Studies Activities, Teaching Social Studies, Classroom Activities, Teaching Tools, Teaching Ideas, Classroom Ideas, Social Studies Projects, Kindergarten Themes

Biography Bottles @ The Millbrae Library

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Runde's Room: Pair / Share - A Daily Language Activity - practice oral fluency, comprehension skills, summarizing, listening, and oral speaking skills in an easy 10 minute activity the students love. Reading Lessons, Reading Strategies, Reading Activities, Reading Skills, Literacy Activities, Partner Reading, Listening Skills, Teaching Reading, Reading Comprehension

Pair / Share - A Daily Language Activity

Let's face it - we already try to squeeze so much into our daily classes that the prospect of adding one more thing can cause one to break out in a panic attack. But, when I made the time to incorporate a daily Pair/Share activity into my language block, it quickly became one of the most important activities of the day.

Elementary Matters: A Quick Exit Slip Procedure - an easy way to find out what they're learning! Classroom Helpers, Classroom Behavior, Future Classroom, School Classroom, Classroom Management, Classroom Ideas, Formative And Summative Assessment, Student Self Assessment, Assessment For Learning

A Quick Exit Slip Procedure

Looking for a quick way to assess what the children are reading? This post suggests a very simple exit slip procedure using post its!

Teaching Channel: Common Core Connection - gives students three ways to write higher-order questions: Frayer Model, Costa's Level of Inquiry and Verb Starters Teaching Strategies, Teaching Tools, Teaching Ideas, Teaching Materials, Teaching Art, Teacher Resources, Thinking Skills, Critical Thinking, Costas Levels Of Questioning

Writing Higher Order Questions

Thristene Francisco uses Costa's Levels of Questioning and the Frayer Model to teach students to write higher order questions. She encourages students to use their personal reactions when writing questions.

This is a FREE product. Printable ABC book that can be used for Mother's/Father's Day gifts, end of year scrapbook, Content Area vocabulary, spelling dictionary, volunteer/student teacher/class parent gift. Teaching Kindergarten, Teaching Reading, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, Teaching Time, Alphabet Activities, Language Activities, Reading Activities, Preschool Activities

FREE Printable ABC Book

This is a FREE product. If you download this product, please show your appreciation by taking a second to leave FEEDBACK. Just click on "Ratings and Comments" after downloading. It's super easy!! Thanks! This is a printable ABC book. It can be used for: - All About Me - Mother's/ Father's Day gi...

Assess & Plan with Exit Tickets: We are all looking for great teacher assessment strategies. Exit tickets are an easy one to use. Learn how to use them on a regular basis to assess your students' learning and help plan future lessons. Formative And Summative Assessment, Teacher Lesson Plans, Teacher Video, Tools For Teaching, Teaching Ideas, Teaching Channel, Effective Teaching, Teaching Biology, Biology Classroom

Assess and Plan with Exit Tickets

Third grade teacher Drew Crandall shares how he uses exit tickets to assess his students' learning and plan future lessons. At the end of a lesson, Drew asks his students to solve a problem. This "exit ticket" gives Drew information about his students' learning and helps him decide what to teach next. Drew talks about how regularly using exit tickets has made them a low-stress assessment.

This formative assessment tool allows students to self-assess and reflect upon their learning. This is a great beginning tool to teach students how. First Day Of School, Middle School, High School, School Teacher, Teacher Stuff, Classroom Organization, Classroom Ideas, Formative And Summative Assessment, My Future Career

Student Reflection of Learning Formative Assessment

This formative assessment tool allows students to self-assess and reflect upon their learning. This is a great beginning tool to teach students how to self-assess and reflect. Students must write out a I Can statement based upon the learning, rate their understanding of the learning, and reflect upo...

This video from the teaching channel illustrates a process called "my favorite mistake", where formative assessment is being utilized as a teaching moment in a subsequent day's lesson. Teaching Channel, Teaching Tips, Teaching Math, Maths, Teaching Strategies, Classroom Routines, Math Classroom, Classroom Ideas, Classroom Resources

My Favorite No: Learning From Mistakes

Leah Alcala gives her students a warm-up problem at the beginning of every class, which they solve on index cards. She quickly sorts through them, and from the wrong answers chooses her "favorite no." She and her kids then analyze what's right about the solution before delving in to what the writer doesn't understand that led them to answer incorrectly.

Math example: One way to do daily assessment of your students is with Tiered Exit Cards. This allows teachers to provide quick and effective reteaching for the next day. This strategy offers immediate feedback to students and differentiated support. Hello Teacher, Teacher Notes, Teacher Stuff, School Teacher, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Math, Teaching Ideas, High School Algebra, Algebra 1

Daily Assessment with Tiered Exit Cards

Marie Barchi models an effective process of formative assessment with her Algebra I students. During the lesson, Ms. Barchi assesses student readiness as they work problems so she can identify the type of exit card appropriate for each student based on where they are at in learning how to solve inequalities. She then quickly sorts the cards to identify which students are struggling and need additional support as well as which students provided average and above average work.

One area that I consistently struggled with throughout my teaching career is taking time to have my students reflect on their learning. The elusive evaluation portion of the ever perfect lesson plan. Whole Brain Teaching, Teaching Career, Teaching Tips, Teaching Math, Maths, Classroom Behavior, Classroom Management, Classroom Ideas, Class Management

3 Simple Ways to do a Lesson Reflection - Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits

3 ways to reflect at the end of any lesson. These three ways to end a lesson will ensure you have the evaluation component tucked into your lesson plan!

Using Entrance Slips to Guide Instruction: A Formative Assessment Resource Formative Assessment Strategies, Math Assessment, Differentiation Strategies, High School Classroom, Flipped Classroom, Classroom Ideas, Instructional Coaching, Instructional Strategies, 6th Grade Ela

Using Entrance Slips to Guide Instruction: FREEBIE

Many people use exit slips at the end of class as a formative assessment to see what students have learned. I do this as well--but not as often as I use ENTRANCE slips! Entrance slips you ask? Absolutely! Consider the number of students you have had in your life who got 100% on every spelling test...

Using Entrance Slips to Guide Instruction: A Formative Assessment. Everyone needs to know about some of these techniques for formative assessment. Formative Assessment Strategies, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Ideas, Summative Assessment, Teaching Reading, Rubrics, Teacher Tools, Teacher Resources, Teacher Stuff

Using Entrance Slips to Guide Instruction: A Formative Assessment Resource

Many people use exit slips at the end of class to see what students have learned. I do this as well--but not as often as I use ENTRANCE slips! Entrance slips you ask? Absolutely! Consider the number of students you have had in your life who got 100% on every spelling test but spell the same wo...

Editable Reading and Math Exit Tickets by Ciera Harris from Adventures of Room 129 Formative And Summative Assessment, Math Assessment, Behavior Punch Cards, Survival Kit For Teachers, Writing Activities, Spanish Activities, Writing Lines, Exit Slips, Teacher Boards

Editable Reading and Math Exit Tickets

Are you tired of the same old way you end your lessons? Don't get me wrong! Exit tickets are amazing and can give you and the students some fantastic feedback but there are so many other engaging and amazing ways to close your lessons! This editable packet will help you do just that!

Fifteen Exit Slips and Formative Assessments 15 Exit Slips and Formative Assessments for your or grade classroom! Inside, you will find: Student Self-Assessments Think and Write. Teaching 5th Grade, 5th Grade Classroom, School Classroom, Teaching Reading, Classroom Activities, School Fun, Future Classroom, Classroom Ideas, Teaching Science

Fifteen Formative Assessments and Exit Slips from School Rules on TeachersNotebook.com (15 pages)

Fifteen Formative Assessments and Exit Slips from School Rules on TeachersNotebook.com (15 pages)

Use these 8 formatives to test your students' knowledge of specific standards. This product comes with a formative for standards and each one has a key. Formative And Summative Assessment, 5th Grade Ela, Common Core Standards, 5th Grades, Teacher Newsletter, Teacher Pay Teachers, Pray, Knowledge, Students

RL Formative Assessments- 5th Grade

Use these 8 formatives to test your students' knowledge of specific standards. This product comes with a formative for standards RL.5.1-RL.5.9 and each one has a key. ...

RI Formative Assessments-5th Grade by Eat Pray Learn | TpT Formative And Summative Assessment, Guided Reading Groups, Common Core Standards, 5th Grades, Teacher Newsletter, Teacher Pay Teachers, Rubrics, Keys, Pray

RI Formative Assessments-5th Grade

This product includes **NINE** formative assessments that will help you assess your students' knowledge of the Common Core standards RI.5.1-5.9. All keys are included. This resource is a great way to quickly assess your students' understanding of a given standard or can also be used for work with g...